Judge Who Overturned Trump is Pro Black Lives Matter

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After ruling against President Donald Trump’s temporary, selective migration ban to the U.S., it has been revealed Judge James Robart was an integral piece to legitimizing the Black Lives Matter movement.

Declaring “black lives matter” in a court room he presided over in 2012, Robart is no stranger to the public eye. 

Robart’s verdict on Friday ruled that the immigration ban is no longer in effect, issuing a stay on the executive order and effectively re-opening the borders.

On Saturday afternoon, President Trump voiced his disappointment on Twitter.

However, Robart has been a magnet for recent controversy.

At the hearing of an Obama administration presented case, in a lawsuit filed against the Seattle Police Department, Robart publicly stated his disdain for police actions, confident that “the entire city of Seattle would march behind me,” as a result of his words.

“According to FBI statistics, police shootings resulting in deaths involved 41 percent black people, despite being only 20 percent of the population living in those cities,” Robart said. “Forty-one percent of the casualties, 20 percent of the population. Black. Lives. Matter.

The Seattle Times wrote that the crowd present emoted a “startled, audible reaction in a courtroom listening to the words coming from a federal judge sitting on the bench.”

H/T: The Blaze

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